Apple’s iPad to have New Multiplayer Technology

Wed, Mar 3, 2010

iPad, Mobile

As reported by, Exit Games is extending the platforms of its multiplayer technologies to include the upcoming iPad and will also reduce its pricing in the process. The technology developed by Exit games (called Neutron and Photon) is already used on several platforms such as the PC, Mac, browser-based, iPhone and Android.

The important piece to take away from this is that these services offered assist developers in creating multiplayer games for all of these different devices. The price is not too terribly hefty either, with a starting price at just $100. Both of the offered products ship with all SDKs included making it much easier for developers to work with multiple platforms.

Chris Wegmann, the CTO at Exit Games also believes that this will greatly cut developer costs and time with the iPad and allow them to release apps quicker and even in time for the iPad’s launch later this month.

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